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DeSantis opens gyms, restaurants to 50 percent indoors

May 15, 2020 Beginning Monday, restaurants in Florida will be allowed to serve guests at 50 percent of indoor capacity, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced. more »»

CCPD reports downed power line on Beach Parkway

May 15, 2020 Shortly after 10 a.m. today, the Cape Coral Police Department reported it is on scene of downed power lines on Beach Parkway, East, near Del Prado Boulevard. more »»

COVID-19 impact ripples through local economy

May 14, 2020 Tourist-dependent Southwest Florida businesses report a hard hit wrought by the restrictions imposed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. more »»

Live music returns to area establishments

May 14, 2020 One of the simple pleasures in life is making a return to area establishments -- live music. more »»

CRA to start grant program for South Cape businesses impacted by the pandemic

May 14, 2020 The Cape Coral Community Redevelopment Agency on Wednesday got the ball rolling on a grant program that would provide funding for struggling local businesses to pay rent or mortgages after forced... more »»

Merchant Marines to mark National Maritime Day

May 14, 2020 A group of courageous mariners deemed the “unsung heroes” of World War II will mark their annual day of celebration next week in a year that also saw them receive long-awaited honors in the form of... more »»

Council to discuss parks; city manager search

May 14, 2020 Cape Coral City Council is expected to continue its plans for the gradual reopening of city parks Monday with Phase II of its reopening plan on the agenda. more »»

Veteran’s Memorial renovation continues this weekend

May 14, 2020 The Cape Coral Veteran's Memorial Monument will undergo another phase of its renovation with a city scheduled pressure washing taking place Sunday morning. ACRA Electric, Inc. more »»

Restaurant reopenings slowly draw customers back

May 14, 2020 As the state of Florida continues to reopen, restaurants impacted by COVID-19 restrictions are making their way back to normalcy at limited capacity. more »»

Call 2 Feed Cape Coral set for Saturday

May 14, 2020 The Women's Council of Realtors in Cape Coral will hold a food drive to benefit the Cape Coral Caring Center this weekend. more »»

Cape Coral Youth Council to Hold a Special Meeting May 15

May 14, 2020 The Cape Coral Youth Council will hold a Special Meeting on Friday, May 15 at 3 p.m. in Council Chambers at City Hall. Council Chambers is at 1015 Cultural Park Blvd. more »»

Florida COVID-19 numbers surpass 43,000

May 14, 2020 As of 11 a.m. Thursday, there were 43,210 cases of the new coronavirus confirmed in Florida, an increase of 808 since FDOH’s last update Wednesday mornin. more »»

Update: COVID-19 Test Site at CenturyLink Stadium reaches capacity testing for the day

May 14, 2020 Fort Myers - The COVID-19 test site at CenturyLink Sports Complex has completed its testing for the day, having reached its capacity of 750 tests per day. more »»

Big mission ... small footprint

May 13, 2020 According to Sun Shrimp President Robin Pearl, shrimp is the number one seafood consumed in the country, and he said there is no reason for shrimp to be a U.S. import rather than an export. more »»

Lee Health to begin anti-body testing

May 13, 2020 Antibody testing in Lee Health facilities will begin as soon as this week, health officials said Wednesday. President and CEO of Lee Health Dr. more »»

Southwest Florida Eagle Cam viewers see some action

May 13, 2020 Bullying owls and bones a bit too big to swallow -- it’s been a challenging week for North Fort Myers most popular eagle family. more »»

County looks to earmark $134 million in stimulus funds

May 12, 2020 The Lee County Board of County Commissioners held an emergency meeting Tuesday to discuss allocations of $134 million in funds from the CARES Act. more »»

Council selects city manager finalists

May 12, 2020 Cape Coral City Council has winnowed its list of city manager candidates down to five. more »»

Council mulls Tropicana compromise

May 12, 2020 Cape Coral City Council is eyeing a possible compromise in the development of a park that has pitted city plans for water sports there against a neighborhood group opposed to leasing part of the... more »»

Council shifts block grant funds toward shelter, food and transportation needs

May 12, 2020 Cape Coral City Council decided to more evenly split emergency community development block grant money between resident needs and economic development efforts. more »»



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